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Buffalo, NY The Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority (Authority), owner and operator of the Peace Bridge—an international crossing between Buffalo, New York and Fort Erie, Ontario—received LEED Silver certification (New Construction 2009) for their U.S. commercial warehouse addition and renovation project. The Authority and consultant engineer and architect Wendel targeted credits for certification…Read More

New York, NY According to Prescriptive Data LLC, it has been added to the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s (NYSERDA) Commercial Real Time Energy Management (RTEM) qualified vendors program for its ability to combine smart building technology with comprehensive services. The RTEM program supports building owners, building management companies and the RTEM…Read More

Halfmoon, NY The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and EnterSolar have completed a 1.85 megawatt solar installation designed to offset up to 75% of the power used by 17 Stewart’s Shops in Upstate. This installation supports governor Andrew Cuomo’s mandate for 50% of electricity generation to come from renewable energy sources…Read More

Avon, NY According to governor Andrew Cuomo, one of the state’s largest solar projects to date at a public school has been completed. The project will provide clean, renewable energy to save the Avon Central School District an estimated $1.6 million over 25 years. This project is part of New York’s goal to supply 50%…Read More

Last week brought two major energy efficiency changes to the New York multifamily development market; the adoption of a newer, more stringent energy code, and significant changes to the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) incentive programs. On March 9, the New York Code Council voted to adopt the 2015 International Energy…Read More

What was your most notable project, deal, transaction or professional achievement in 2015? 2015 was a growth year for combined heat and power (CHP), an integrated building energy system that generates both electricity and heat, reducing energy costs up to 30%. More than 500 buildings in New York State use CHP, a number expected to…Read More

Combined heat and power (CHP) systems are designed for reliability and to continuously supply electricity and heat from a single fuel source. In addition to reducing energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions, the systems can provide emergency power to a facility during a grid power outage and help the rest of the surrounding community get…Read More

Financial savings, power reliability, and reduction in harmful emissions are signature benefits of installing a combined heat and power (CHP) system in a commercial, industrial, or multifamily building. CHP is an integrated energy system that can generate electricity and heat onsite from a single fuel source. It can reduce energy costs and provide emergency power…Read More

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